RRD's Indianapolis facility was established in 2014 and measures 270,000 square foot. The facility provides a range of solutions including final stage product assembly, direct-to-consumer web fulfillment, and point of-purchase (POP) display assembly.
- Final stage product assembly
- Shipment of retail mobile and media accessories products
- Direct-to-consumer web fulfillment via small parcel
- Business-to-business (B2B) fulfillment via prepaid and collect carriers to a range of retailers
- POP packaging display, assembly and fulfillment.
Core Processes and Site Resources
- Demand management and materials
requirements planning (MRP)
- Lean manufacturing engineering
- Test engineering
- IT configuration
- Supplier quality engineering
- Warehouse radio frequency (RF) picking.
- Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
- Full MRP suite of capabilities
- Warehouse management system (WMS)
- Transport management system (TMS) module
- Small orders pick module.
Why Indianapolis, Indiana?
- Indianapolis is the 13th largest city in the United States and the 29th largest metropolitan area
- The city is consistently ranked among the best cities in the U.S. to start a business
- The largest industry sectors by employment in Indianapolis are manufacturing, healthcare and social
services, and retail trade
- Indianapolis has 5 private universities
- The city’s extensive rail infrastructure has positioned Indianapolis as a significant logistics center, home to 1,500 distribution firms.
- Indianapolis is known as the “Crossroads of America” because interstates 65, 69, 70, and 74 meet there
- Indianapolis International Airport is only a 5 mile drive to the RRD facility in Plainfield
- Other options for travel in Indianapolis include train and bus with a number of hubs in the downtown area.